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News New Westworld Video Teases Some Major Revelations to Come [SPOILERS]

News Bot Oct 31, 2016

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    Following the airing of Westworld Episode 5 last night, HBO has now released a teaser for future episodes. The video, titled "The Maze - Weeks Ahead," is packed full of teases for major story reveals.

    Seriously. The focus of the teaser is on the enduring mystery of "The Maze," and in this video, we see that Logan appears to actually be a robot instead of a human (supposedly). We also see Maeve become aware of her status as a host and then apparently rise up. "It's a difficult thing, realizing your entire life is some hideous fiction. It's all a story created by you to keep us here," she says, talking to a programmer. "I'd like to make some changes." You may recall that Episode 5 ended with Maeve waking up in the control room.

    We also learn more about what's going on in the "real world," as Bernard and Dr. Ford appear to be on a collision course. People with machine guns storm into a control room in one sequence. As is usually the case with Westworld, this video is mysterious and brings up a number of questions.

    HBO president of programming Casey Bloys recently said Westworld viewers will get "the answers they're looking for" by the time Season 1 wraps up.

    Despite apparently strong ratings, HBO has yet to confirm Westworld Season 2. That said, it sounds like it's going to happen. As of last week, Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy had yet to pitch HBO on their ideas for Season 2. We've heard before that they have five or six years worth of Westworld ideas mapped out.

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